Like most U.S. automakers, Buick also offered light commercial vehicles, including trucks, in the early 20th century. But unlike Chevrolet and Ford, Buick stopped making haulers in the 1920s. This rendering is proof that Buick should offer a pickup truck again. Based on the Silverado, of course.
I remember seeing a 2wd square body S10 with a turbo 6 and an early 70’s C10 powered by a 455 Stage 1 tow vehicle at the GS Nationals in the mid 90’s. Both were Buick styled and badged, but this is cool too.